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(Slate)   Official regulations have now made it much more difficult for your boss to fire you for complaining about your job online. You hear that, Mr. Bigglesworth, you toupee-wearing indecisive shiat-for-brains?   (slate.com) divider line 8
    More: Spiffy, Mr. Bigglesworth, collective action, National Labor Relations Act, National Labor Relations Board  
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2013-01-04 03:58:57 PM  
4 votes:
 i.imgur.com
wat?
2013-01-04 07:35:40 PM  
2 votes:
Ftfa: "That was when domestic violence advocate Mariana Cole-Rivera took to Facebook to complain..."

Should we really listen to someone who advocates domestic violence?
2013-01-04 07:35:23 PM  
2 votes:
Finally! Because let me tell you what a shiat couple if years it's been as Speaker of the House...
2013-01-04 11:31:32 PM  
1 votes:

Wadded Beef: Just treat social sites the same way you'd text somebody and put out there only what you'd feel comfortable saying to someone in person.


That's a dumb idea - how'd you like a punch in the mouth, asshole?
2013-01-04 08:05:00 PM  
1 votes:

Unoriginal_Username: /hot and oblig
//if you want to biatch about your job, do it over drink with your friends.



thefrenchiemimie.files.wordpress.com


/now with pic hotness
2013-01-04 07:59:03 PM  
1 votes:

Indubitably: Indubitably: skinink: Yea, my FB page is as uncontroversial and inoffensive as can be. I posted some things for Obama or against Romney, but I didn't go overboard and turn it into Salon.com. It's hard enough finding a job now without me posting job related gripes on a social network.

*hint-hint*

*wink-wink*

*nudge-nudge*

Hey, grow up, employer.

People have, and should, have lives outside of their work for you.

Get over yourselves.

And that's that.

P.S. If you spend any of your work-time discussing what fellow employees do off-work and online, you are out of line. And that's that squared.


This, and this.

As far as I am concerned it is my god-given right as a freeborn American to gripe. If they don't want me griping about work, then they shouldn't do any of that farked up stuff I am griping about. Besides, isn't it better to let people blow off steam? Do you really want them to keep all that frustration bottled up inside? Sounds like a recipe for more Postal disasters to me.

What I do on my own time is my business, including griping about my job. It says something about them if they are so defensive about it.

/ Been talked to by HR about griping about work publicly.
// It's my fault my company now has a "social media policy"
2013-01-04 07:45:20 PM  
1 votes:

upndn: I will make their work life a living hell.

And I'm a nice guy.



That word. nice. I don't think it means what you think it means.
2013-01-04 07:41:03 PM  
1 votes:
NLRB: bunch of commie bastids.

/so there
 
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